CYBERSEC is one of the leading conferences on strategic cybersecurity and cyber policy issues in Europe, organised by the Kosciuszko Institute since 2015. Throughout its six years of history, CYBERSEC has partnered with important international institutions such as NATO, European Commission and European Parliament and has organised 11 editions of CYBERSEC Forums in Europe (Warsaw, Kraków, Katowice and Brussels) and in the United States (Washington). I was involved in several editions of Cybersec as a communication advisor, conference emcee, and a reporter.
I’m sharing a series of interviews I conducted during the 2020 Global edition of Cybersec Forum, which was held under the leitmotif – “Together Against Adversarial Internet”:
I talked to Carsten Maple, Professor of Cyber Systems Engineering, WMG, Principal Investigator NCSC-EPSRC Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research; about topics including: hacking humans, threats to digital identity, ways how public and private actors, independent experts and representatives of civil society and academia work #TOGETHER to ensure cyber safety.
In this episode, I talked to Ulf Pehrsson, Vice-President; Head of Government and Industry Relations at Ericsson about decoupling, supply chain, 5G network, connectivity, and collaboration between private and public actors.
My next guest, Neal Pollard, Chief Information Security Officer, UBS AG shared his insights on splinternet, its risks, the future of digitalization., and the role of cybersecurity.
The conversation with Marc Vancoppenolle (Global Head of Government Relations, Nokia) is providing some insights on the role of Technology Providers, Civil Society, international relations in ensuring the peaceful Internet.
In this episode, Rafał Turczyn – Senior Manager at ComCERT SA, Asseco Group is talking about SOC – Security Operations Center, the centralized unit’s benefits, and implications of choosing optimal SOC.
My next guest, Arkadiusz Majoch, Office Director of New Technology Research Development at PKN Orlen shares infights on new technologies and their impact on power energy, energy sources, and digitalization.